SharePoint allows the List Item Data Entry Form to be customized using PowerApps, InfoPath, Nintex Form etc. However, data filled out using this facility is not stored as 'real' forms and therefore converting it PDF has always been a challenge. In this Blog, we will use the Muhimbi "Convert HTML to PDF" Microsoft Flow action to Convert the list item to PDF.
In my previous blog post, we created a Flow which can be manually started on a document in a SharePoint Online document Library or List. In this blog, we will create a button using column formatting which will launch a Flow on that item.
In this example, we will create a Flow which can be manually started on a document in SharePoint Online document Library. Our Flow will get a file content from a SharePoint document library, Convert it to PDF, Add a Text Watermark to the PDF and store generated PDF back to SharePoint document library.
This article explains how to enable custom scripts for any SharePoint Online Site. There are quite a few articles on the Internet that explains how to enable custom script works, so why am I writing this blog ?
Because there was a "Confusion" and a "Problem".
Microsoft has announced the retirement of InfoPath in late 2016 and ever since then everyone using InfoPath is concerned about finding an InfoPath replacement. Microsoft has provided guidance that the successor to InfoPath will be PowerApps.
So, I think it the right time to leave our old friend InfoPath behind and move ahead with PowerAPPs(next big thing).
Ever since Microsoft released FLOW, I have been a great admirer of the product. It's really a bliss for SharePoint Power users. It helps them automate their daily activities without involving the development Team. With introduction of FLOW, everything was working great. We ❤ FLOW. One fine day LINDA(Power-user) walks up to me and tell me … Continue reading Create a folder in “SharePoint Online\OneDrive for Business” using Microsoft Flow and Azure Functions